With Paul Ryan newly instated as House Speaker, many are saying 2016 will be the year for major tax reform, according to Matt Becker, BDO USA regional managing partner for tax services.
The Financial Accounting Standards Board voted Wednesday to proceed to issuing a final standard on its long-delayed project for overhauling the accounting for leases and set the dates for when the new standard will take effect.
Check out the digital edition of the November 2015 issue of Accounting Today.
As we get closer to the end of yet another year, it\’s time to tie up the loose ends and implement tax-saving strategies.
Finance leaders are under pressure to better manage margins and earnings performance, cash flow and cybersecurity, according to a new survey.
An advocacy group for U.S. expatriates, American Citizens Abroad, is sounding the alarm about a provision in Congress\’s highway funding bill that would revoke the passports of people who owe more than $50,000 in taxes.
Regional accounting firm Rogoff & Company has merged in the CPA practice of Irv Rubin in New York City, effective Nov. 1, 2015.
Two firms in Grand Junction, Colo., Stranger & Lautz Professional Group and Mackley & Tallman Accounting, have merged to become Stranger, Tallman & Lautz Accounting, effective November 1.
The Republican Party\’s leading presidential candidates clashed over how to reform the nation\’s financial system and handle immigration in their fourth debate on Tuesday, exposing deep rifts in the Republican Party and starkly different strategies for winning the election.